Thai-born Ok-pop singer Sorn has left the group CLC and her long-time company CUBE Leisure.
Earlier at the moment (November 16), CUBE Leisure launched a press release to South Korean information shops, asserting Sorn’s departure from the group. The corporate additionally confirmed that the Thai singer’s contract with CUBE has ended.
“That is an announcement that our unique contract with Sorn has been terminated”, CUBE stated, per MyDaily and translated by Soompi. “As her unique contract has ended, she has additionally left CLC. This resolution was made following mutual dialogue.”
Sorn later personally confirmed the information with posts on her social media accounts, additionally noting that she and the corporate “mutually agreed to half methods.”
“I wish to thank everybody who has been supporting me and all the things I’ve executed with CLC,” she wrote. “For the previous 10 years, I’ve learnt a lot from the entire expertise. I’ve met six great women who’ve develop into my second household in Korea.”
“I’m so pleased with all of the achievements we’ve got completed collectively as a crew and I’ve loved each single second with them by way of our ups and downs,” Sorn added. “I want my women all the very best and I’ll help them in all the things they do.”
— Sorn Sajakul (@sssorn_clc) November 16, 2021
With this, Sorn has develop into the second member of CLC to go away this group this yr, following the departure of Elkie. The Hong Kong-born singer later claimed that there was “no purpose” to stay in CLC after their company had stopped offering help to the group.
Final week, Sorn teamed up with f(x)‘s Amber and influencer Emily Mei on the latter’s debut single ‘My Area’. The music video for ‘My Area’ is the primary style of a brand new story universe from Mei, in keeping with a press launch.